May 8 - BNSF Logistics' global project group in Houston and Istanbul's Smart Logistics have worked together to transport 500 cu m of oil and gas equipment.
The consignment was transported from New Mexico to Derince in Turkey, via the US port of Houston.BNSF Logistics is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in the USA, while Smart Logistics is the WWPC member for Turkey.
Total Movements has coordinated the delivery of power plant equipment and accessories from the manufactures site to an export port in India.
Protranser has delivered over 5,300 cu m of cargo for an energy project in Bangladesh, including cables and five transformers.
Ports will play a key role in the decarbonisation of the supply chain, and the sector’s leading trade associations in the UK are calling for greater energy connectivity to facilitate the shift away from fossil fuels.
The slide in spot rates in container shipping has become entrenched, according to analyst Drewry, with the dips getting bigger by the week. It added that it could be the beginning of the end of the container market bull run.
Construction of Royal Wagenborg’s third EasyMax vessel has started at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard in the Netherlands.
United Heavy Lift (UHL) has tasked Zeaborn Ship Management to supervise the construction of its latest F900 Eco-Lifter newbuilds, which it ordered during May.
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